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RDJ LLP has become the first law firm to engage in a pilot programme with the Law Society of Ireland designed to promote mental health and wellbeing within law firms. The pilot programme, titled Culture First | Well within the Law, is aimed at developing a long-term strategy around psychological wel

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Law firm RDJ has been announced as headline sponsor for the 2024 Dublin City Triathlon, which is set to attract athletes from across the globe. Scheduled for 24 August, the race will feature a challenging course that includes swimming in the scenic waters of the upper river Liffey, by the Garda Boat

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RDJ partner Ronan Geary considers a significant consequence of Brexit for UK-based litigants in the Irish courts. A recent High Court decision, delivered by Ms Justice Bolger, in Henderson v Dublin Airport Authority T/A DAA Public Ltd Company & Anor (Approved) [2024] IEHC 29, has strongly sugges

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RDJ has appointed Louise Boughton and Sarah Slevin as partners across the firm's corporate and commercial and dispute resolution practices. Ms Boughton, now partner in the dispute resolution team, specialises in the area of insurance defence litigation. She has extensive experience advising both pub

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UCC law students Caitlin Ong and Chidindu Ukah have each been awarded a diversity scholarship worth €5,000 and a work placement opportunity with RDJ. The RDJ Diversity Scholarship, which commenced in 2021, supports students from ethnically diverse backgrounds studying law at UCC, with the aim o

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RDJ has been announced as a new sponsor of Munster Rugby’s senior women’s team as part of a renewed and expanded partnership with Munster Rugby. The law firm’s new agreement includes a renewal of its sponsorship as official legal advisor of the men’s senior team.

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RDJ partner Michelle Ryan examines the first WRC ruling on statutory sick pay under legislation which came into force this year. Employers and employment practitioners have eagerly awaited a first decision under the new Sick Leave Act 2022 which has been in force since January 2023. The decision in

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RDJ has relocated its Cork headquarters to a new city centre premises with a focus on sustainability, collaboration and inclusivity. The firm has departed from traditional cellular offices for its 170-strong Cork team in favour of a fully open plan design with no private offices. Designated meeting

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Former RDJ managing partner Richard Martin has been appointed as an adjunct professor of law at University College Cork. Mr Martin remains a partner at RDJ, which he led from 2012 to 2022, during which time the firm expanded from its bases in Cork and Galway into Dublin and now employs 270 people.

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Construction law specialist Shane O'Connor has joined RDJ LLP as a partner. Mr O'Connor brings over a decade of experience advising on construction and procurement matters including contract drafting and negotiation, regulatory advices, and all forms of alternative dispute resolution.

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Paul McCutcheon has joined RDJ as partner and head of housing, bringing with him a team of lawyers with extensive experience in residential developments. With more than two decades of commercial real estate experience, Mr McCutcheon specialises in advising developer clients in all aspects of the acq

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